Super Bowl Square Scratch-Off Sheets
9" x 11.5"
|Pack of 1 - $2.99|
|Pack of 2 - $5.49|
|Pack of 3 - $7.99|
|Pack of 4 - $9.99|
|Pack of 5 - $11.99|
|Pack of 10 - $19.99|
|Pack of 15 - $26.99|
|Pack of 20 - $31.99|
- Super Bowl 100 Square Scratch-Off
- Size: 9" x 11.5"
- High Quality - High Resolution
- Heavyweight Paper - Gloss Finish
- Scratch-Off Covering the Numbers
We have a total of 20 different versions(randomized numbers) of this grid. Any order of 20 or less will receive all unique versions.
Due to the size of the products and the ease of processing, the Scratch-Off Squares and the Large 24" x 32" Square Grids on PrintYourBrackets.com are shipped in different packages and will load into two different shopping carts, requiring separate transactions.
Although you see various sports listed on the right side of the screen, all of the 100 square grids are the same. This was done to help track popularity and enhance future product development.
If you have a question please contact us and we will respond as soon as possible.
For entertainment purposes only.
How to run a 100 Square Super Bowl Pool
Once you receive your grids fill in the two team names, this is done by placing the AFC team in the top box and the NFC team in the box on the left side. Have participants write their name in the square or squares of their choice.
Once the grid is full simply remove the scratch off material to reveal the numbers that will be used to determine the winning squares. A winning square is a square that intersects the last digit of each team's score.
Example: At the end of the first quarter the Broncos have 10 and the 49ers have 7. Find the number 0(last digit of 10) in the top row and find the number 7 in the left column, the participant with their name in the square where these two numbers intersect would be the winner of the first quarter.
There is typically a winning square at the end of each quarter, but if the game goes into overtime the final score should be used instead of the 4th quarter score.
There are also many variations to declaring winners, such as every square touching a winning square is also a winner or the reverse of the winning numbers is also a winner. There are no set rules, you can get creative when determining winners, just be sure all of the rules are explained before the pool begins.
Don't be intimadated by the 100 Squares, if you don't think you can get rid of all 100 squares simply find a set amount of people and distribute the squares evenly.
Example: Gather 20 people and let each person pick 5 squares each.